On Saturday (5/14), a flash mob featuring more than 200 people affiliated with The Ohio State University Comprehensive Cancer Center – Arthur G. James Cancer Hospital and Richard J. Solove Research Institute (OSUCCC – James) started dancing in the streets shortly before the start of the 19th annual Komen Columbus Race for the Cure.
The goal was to do something special to bring awareness to the fight against breast cancer and the importance of research in helping us find a cure, and ultimately to create a cancer-free world. The flash mob featured physicians, researchers, nurses, staff, students, cancer survivors and friends and family of Ohio State employees.
Check it out and join your fellow Buckeyes in the fight to beat cancer! Go Bucks!!
John A. Vaughn, MD
Student Health Services
The Ohio State University